Make it FutureFit: four ways to design better adult learning


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Author: Casasbuenas, Juan; Bekar, Beatrice


Adult learning practitioners strive to help those they work with to thrive and achieve their ambitions. Understanding how best to do this is not always straightforward. We are often told that advancements in technology, climate change, increased migration and other significant cultural shifts will render the skills we are learning today redundant in a matter of years. This means that preparing adults for the future is perhaps more complex than ever. Adults need to learn throughout their lives if they wish to adapt to the shifts we're experiencing. Our research shows that there are well...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Adult and community education; Teaching and learning; Providers of education and training; Communities of practice; Lifelong learning

Keywords: Adult learning; Planning of education and training; Learning experience; Instructional design; Learning motivation; Training method; Case study

Geographic subjects: Europe

Published: [London, England]: Nesta, 2020

Physical description: 51 p.

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Resource type: Guide

Document number: TD/TNC 142.935

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